One of the touted advantages of ethanol is benefiting the farmers who grow the fuel crops. Unfortunately, that has not proven to be the case for sugar farmers in the land Down Under. Apparently the CSR ethanol distillery, which processes the farmers' molasses into fuel, will only pay under certain circumstances. According to general manager Scott Perkins of Canegrowers, CSR's accounting practices are to blame for farmers not reaping that which they sow.
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